Bill Gilmore

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A quantitative evaluation and an investigation of the mechanism of the count losses that can occur in SPECT imaging is described. The most common clinical example of the artifacts which result from this is encountered when sections are taken through the femoral heads in skeletal studies of the pelvis. From some simple phantom studies, it was identified that(More)
Temporal lobectomy abolished complex partial seizures (CPSs) in 14 consecutive children (12 years or younger) whose presurgical evaluation included clinical analysis, scalp EEG, and neuroimaging. Seizures of 13 of 14 patients began with a simple partial component whose symptoms were suggestive of limbic system involvement. EEG recorded clinically typical(More)
The present study examined the removal of phosphorus following electrocoagulation post-treatment using a sample from a commercial firm. Samples were subjected to column chromatography using Octolig® a polyethylenediimine covalently attached to high-surface-area silica. Two commercial samples with significantly different phosphorus concentrations were(More)
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